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Enema Therapy for Constipation Caused by Nephrotic Syndrome

Not a few Nephrotic Syndrome patients complain about constipation. There are many ways to help you improve constipation, for example, increase the intake of food high in fiber, do some gentle exercise, use stool softener or laxative, etc. But sometimes it is not effective enough. In China, we often use Enema Therapy, which does not only help you alleviate constipation, but also helps you improve kidney function. If you are interested in this therapy, go on reading to learn more information.

How does Nephrotic Syndrome cause constipation?

Nephrotic Syndrome is characterized by massive proteinuria, heavy swelling, hyperlipemia and hypoproteinemia. When Nephrotic Syndrome is not stabilized, it is necessary for you to restrict the intake of fluid to controlling swelling and you are also required to have a good rest. Besides, kidney disease does not only affect the normal function of kidneys, but also the other organs, such as intestinal tract. Physical inactivity, water restriction and dysfunction of intestinal tract are all the common contributors to constipation.

Enema Therapy for constipation

Enema Therapy is a kind of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is to infiltrate the medicines that helps bowel movement into colon or rectum with the help of certain devices. This therapy does not only help you alleviate constipation, but also help you remove waste products from your body through intestinal tract so as to reduce their damage to your body.

According o the theory of TCM, lung and intestinum crassum are closely associated. When your intestinum crassum works normally, your lung will restore its function as well. The normal function of lung helps your kidneys regain their ability to remove the excessive fluid and waste products. From this point of view, Enema Therapy benefits the recovery of kidneys.

Enema therapy is just one of the external therapies for constipation and Nephrotic Syndrome. There are also some other therapies, such as Medicated Foot bath, Medicated Full Bath, Circle Therapy, Mai Kang Composition, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, etc. If you are interested in our treatment, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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